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Cylinder crocheting.


Robin R
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You might be accidentally decreasing because you are having a hard time finding the stitches you need to work into.  I too find it difficult working those tight stitches around a small tubular shape and especially at night in dark yarn.  You can try putting stitch markers in the stitches so you can find them.  Always count and go back and redo if your count is off.  It gets a little easier with practice but not much.

 

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If you need specific help with crocheting a cylinder, hopefully this helps. There’s also a short video on how to crochet cylinders. If you are crocheting into a very small round sometimes the stitches can be hard to find. Larger cylinders with a stitch marker helps. Also crocheting too tightly or seeing invisible decrease stitches can sometimes be difficult. Always try to count the stitches in the round to keep track!

https://www.pocketyarnlings.com/blog/how-do-you-crochet-different-shapes-in-amigurumi

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